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  1. Quantum Mechanics with Basic Field Theory by Bipin R. Desai, 2009-12-21
  2. Principles of Quantum Mechanics: As Applied to Chemistry and Chemical Physics by Donald D. Fitts, 1999-08-28
  3. Dr. Quantum Presents: Meet the Real Creator--You! by Fred Alan Wolf, 2005-10-01
  4. Principles of Quantum Mechanics by R. Shankar, 1994-09-01
  5. Compendium of Quantum Physics: Concepts, Experiments, History and Philosophy
  6. Quantum Mechanics Non-Relativistic Theory, Third Edition: Volume 3 by L. D. Landau, L. M. Lifshitz, 1981-01-15
  7. Quantum Physics: A Fundamental Approach to Modern Physics by John Townsend, 2009-08-07
  8. Schaum's Outline of Quantum Mechanics, Second Edition (Schaum's Outline Series) by Yoav Peleg, Reuven Pnini, et all 2010-05-04
  9. An Introduction To Quantum Field Theory (Frontiers in Physics) by Michael E. Peskin, Dan V. Schroeder, 1995-10-02
  10. Elementary Particles and the Laws of Physics: The 1986 Dirac Memorial Lectures by Richard P. Feynman, Steven Weinberg, 1999
  11. Quantum Mechanics at the Crossroads: New Perspectives from History, Philosophy and Physics (The Frontiers Collection)
  12. The Quantum Mechanics Solver: How to Apply Quantum Theory to Modern Physics by Jean-Louis Basdevant, Jean Dalibard, 2010-11-30
  13. Absolutely Small: How Quantum Theory Explains Our Everyday World by Michael D. Fayer, 2010-06-16
  14. Relativity and Quantum Mechanics: Principles of Modern Physics (Secrets of the Universe) by Paul Fleisher, 2001-05

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We need your help! This page requires proofreading - If you notice any errors, please post on our forums Physicist Richard P. Feynman To say that the invention of semiconductor devices was a revolution would not be an exaggeration. Not only was this an impressive technological accomplishment, but it paved the way for developments that would indelibly alter modern society. Semiconductor devices made possible miniaturized electronics, including computers, certain types of medical diagnostic and treatment equipment, and popular telecommunication devices, to name a few applications of this technology. But behind this revolution in technology stands an even greater revolution in general science: the field of quantum physics Many of us have seen diagrams of atoms that look something like Figure below Rutherford atom: negative electrons orbit a small positive nucleus.

62. Welcome To D-Wave Systems
Portal to the state of the art in the design of quantum computers, operating systems, algorithms, hardware, superconductors, and quantum physics.
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D-Wave is pioneering the development of a new class of high-performance computing system designed to solve complex search and optimization problems, with an initial emphasis on synthetic intelligence and machine learning applications. D-Wave systems are architected around an innovative processor that uses a computational model known as adiabatic quantum computing (AQC). These processors exploit quantum effects to solve search and optimization problems in a new way. They are fabricated using superconducting metals instead of semiconductors and are operated at ultra-low temperatures in a magnetic vacuum.
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63. Quantum Physics: David Bohm. Bohmian Wave Mechanics, Holographic Universe, Bohm
David Bohm Quantum Physics. Explaining Bohmian Mechanics with the Wave Structure of Matter (WSM). Discussion of David Bohm Quotes on Quantum Theory, Wholeness and the
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Nutrition Education Wisdom Politics Utopia The Spherical Standing Wave Structure of Matter (WSM) in Space Site Introduction (2010): Despite several thousand years of failure to correctly understand physical reality (hence the current postmodern view that this is impossible ) there is an obvious solution.

64. Qwiki
Quantum Physics Wiki hosted by Stanford, with pages on quantum information, quantum computation, quantum control and quantum optics.

65. Quantum Physics
Planck's constant Early in the investigation of what makes up atoms, a physicist named Planck noticed a logical problem for the structure of the atom.
Planck's constant Early in the investigation of what makes up atoms, a physicist named Planck noticed a logical problem for the structure of the atom. Planck noticed a fatal flaw in our physics by demonstrating that the electron in orbit around the nucleus accelerates. Acceleration means a changing electric field (the electron has charge), when means photons should be emitted. But, then the electron would lose energy and fall into the nucleus. Therefore, atoms shouldn't exist! To resolve this problem, Planck made a wild assumption that energy, at the sub-atomic level, can only be transfered in small units, called quanta. Due to his insight, we call this unit Planck's constant (h). The word quantum derives from quantity and refers to a small packet of action or process, the smallest unit of either that can be associated with a single event in the microscopic world. Changes of energy, such as the transition of an electron from one orbit to another around the nucleus of an atom, is done in discrete quanta. Quanta are not divisible. The term quantum leap refers to the abrupt movement from one discrete energy level to another, with no smooth transition. There is no ``inbetween''. The quantization, or ``jumpiness'' of action as depicted in quantum physics differs sharply from classical physics which represented motion as smooth, continuous change. Quantization limits the energy to be transfered to photons and resolves the UV catastrophe problem.

66. Ekert, Artur
Professor of Quantum Physics, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, U.K.

67. Quantum Theory Demonstrated: Observation Affects Reality
Imry holds the Max Planck Chair of Quantum Physics and heads the Albert Einstein Minerva Center for Theoretical Physics. The Weizmann Institute of Science, in Rehovot, Israel, is

68. Louis De Broglie - Biography
A biography of the French scientist who postulated the wave nature of electrons, one of the basis of the quantum physics.
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Prince Louis-Victor de Broglie (Researches on the quantum theory), which gained him his doctor's degree. This thesis contained a series of important findings which he had obtained in the course of about two years. The ideas set out in that work, which first gave rise to astonishment owing to their novelty, were subsequently fully confirmed by the discovery of electron diffraction by crystals in 1927 by Davisson and Germer; they served as the basis for developing the general theory nowadays known by the name of wave mechanics , a theory which has utterly transformed our knowledge of physical phenomena on the atomic scale.

69. Quantum Physics |
Quantum Physics Quantum physics is a branch of physics of atoms and molecules that is governed by the uncertainty principle. It states that the velocity and position of any
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Quantum physics is a branch of physics of atoms and molecules that is governed by the uncertainty principle. It states that the velocity and position of any given molecule cannot be stipulated with absolute accuracy at the same time. All the results are based on probability.
What is Bose-Einstein Condensate

Bose-Einstein Condensate (BEC) theory is named after its theorists, Satyendra Nath Bose and Albert Einstein. It is the effect of super cool temperatures on the state of matter. When the temperature goes a few billionth of a degree above absolute zero, certain elements exhibit Bose-Einstein condensation.
Basics of Quantum Mechanics for Dummies

Next time when a Physics Professor says that the probability of your position at any given time, in the whole universe, is never zero, don't think he has lost his marbles. This is where we can start with the basics of Quantum Mechanics for dummies. Just read on...
Basics of Quantum Physics

Quantum physics encompass many basic principles regarding the nature of matter and energy. Here is some information about the basics of quantum physics.
Quantum Enigma: Physics Encounters Consciousness

A Social Responsibility in Teaching Physics - Physicists properly join todays arguments involving the teaching of Darwinian evolution. There is, however, a social issue even closer to the responsibility of physicists: quantum physics is increasingly invoked to promote pseudoscience.

70. Max Planck - Biography
Personal life, works, and achivements of the man who was the father of the quantum physics, by the Nobel Prize Organization.
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Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck was born in Kiel, Germany, on April 23, 1858, the son of Julius Wilhelm and Emma ( Planck studied at the Universities of Munich and Berlin, where his teachers included Kirchhoff and Helmholtz, and received his doctorate of philosophy at Munich in 1879. He was Privatdozent in Munich from 1880 to 1885, then Associate Professor of Theoretical Physics at Kiel until 1889, in which year he succeeded Kirchhoff as Professor at Berlin University, where he remained until his retirement in 1926. Afterwards he became President of the Kaiser Wilhelm Society for the Promotion of Science, a post he held until 1937. The Prussian Academy of Sciences appointed him a member in 1894 and Permanent Secretary in 1912. Planck's earliest work was on the subject of thermodynamics, an interest he acquired from his studies under Kirchhoff, whom he greatly admired, and very considerably from reading R. Clausius' publications. He published papers on entropy, on thermoelectric ity and on the theory of dilute solutions.

71. Quantum Physics
Empower Yourself With Seven Principles of Quantum Physics and Mind Creation.
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Empower Yourself With Seven Principles of Quantum Physics and Mind Creation
quantum physics quantum theory for your life. You want to know how to use quantum principles to create the life of your dreams! 2. The implications of quantum physics truly empower you. See how the five basic quantum "meanings" below enable you to enjoy a richer life. 3. Our physical universe is shapeable! Yes, quantum physics teaches us that our physical reality is moldable, and this truth excites a lot of us. It means we can create what we want, if we work with the quantum laws. 4. Our thoughts shape the universe and the matter we see. Quantum research proves that particles of light and matter behave differently when we humans "watch" them! We co-create our physical universe via the power of our minds, by using "holographic creations" made from waves of sound and light. create the reality you want and deserve.

72. School Of Mathematics And Physics | School Of Mathematics And Physics
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73. Personal And Historical Perspectives Of Hans Bethe
In 1999, theoretical physicist Hans Bethe delivered three lectures on quantum theory to his neighbors at the Kendal of Ithaca retirement community (near Cornell University
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74. Far Out, Man. But Is It Quantum Physics? - New York Times
Mar 14, 2006 The quantum mysticism industry raises a disturbing question Do we have to indulge in bad physics to feel good?

75. IB Physics Compendium 2005
Notes include measurement, mechanics, thermal physics, waves, electricity, quantum physics, optics, TOK and natural sciences.
The IB Physics Compendium 2005 Thomas Illman ( Version: 13 August 2005 Important notice: I will, from 2008 onwards, no longer teach IB physics but switch to the Finnish national system at the same school (Vasa vningsskola). This IB compendium will remain online and free for anyone to use and develop, but I will not make a new version of it for the new IB curriculum. Those who understand Swedish may find some useful material (also free for anyone to use and translate) in the Gymnasiefysikkompendiet For a group where SL takes the Mechanics and Atomic physics extensions, the following level separation can be used:+ = section for HL only, (+) = partially for HL only, * = section not in the IB programme but in the Finnish national. HL takes two of the options, SL none. Introduction : The IB Physics Compendium - a tool for non-constructivist education. Measurement 1.1. What is physics? 1.2. The SI-system 1.3. Vectors and scalars 1.4. Graphs 1.5. Errors and uncertainties 1.6. Orders of magnitude 1.7. Logarithms

76. The Matrix And Quantum Consciousness
Detailed analysis of the film s ideas, utilizing explanations from the fields of quantum physics and artificial intelligence.
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In the 1999 movie The Ma tr ix and the book The Art of The Matrix (Newmarket 2000) most of the Humans on Earth are cultivated by Machine/Computer Life Forms If Humans have a 100 year life span, you would have to grow 5 x 10^7 = 50 million Humans per year in order to maintain a steady population of 5 x 10^9 = 5 billion Humans. If it takes 10 years to grow a Human until the Brain is Mature, the total number of immature Humans being grown at any particular time would be 500 million. If each Human has a 10 meter square area, or 100 square meters, the total Farm area would be 10^2 x 5 x 10^8 = 5 x 10^10 square meters, the area of a square about 2 x 10^5 meters on a side. The Farm would fit in a square about 200 kilometers on a side After being grown to have a Mature Brain , each Human is put in a Pod connected to a huge Matrix Network.

77. Quantum Physics Explored
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hi,ive been thinking, insted of having to work out light year values, why cant you just type them into a computer then the computer give you the value in KM. Well, i have built that program, heres a look at the code: Imports System.Windows.Forms Module Sub Console.WriteLine( Console.WriteLine( Do Dim light As String Dim test As String Console.Write( Dim cal As String Dim answer As String = light * 60 * 60 * 24 * 365.25 * cal Console.WriteLine( My .Computer.Clipboard.SetText(answer) Console.WriteLine( Loop End Sub End Module This code was written in Visual Basic and is a simple command line program, you can download the package by clicking here . This includes a setup file, when you run this the program will instal itself on your computer, it will be acsessable from the start menu. Please note, the code above is the atchual code for the program, there is no malware of any sort hidden in this program.  Also please unzip the whole package before instaling. Thanks.
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I know the first video starts of a little strange, but when it gets into the physics it becomes intresting, and a great way to travel faster than the speed of light. Remember this is just a theory, nothing proved. I look forward to your views on these videos, or any comments you mite have, but for now, im going to let you get on with the second video.

78. Transfer Point
Experimental poetry and prose thrown in a blender with Buddhism, transpersonal psychology, quantum physics, genetics, and transhumanism.
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79. Quantum Physics With Regard To Spirituality
An article discussing the parallels between quantum physics and spirituality.
Alex PATERSON Updated: 11 March 2008 MASTER INDEX of articles written or recommended by Alex Paterson
QUANTUM PHYSICS is at the cutting edge of Western science and in many respects goes way beyond Einstein's Theory of Relativity. The interesting thing about quantum physics is that the original impetus giving rise to it, namely the pursuit of the elemental building blocks of the Universe (separate elementary particles) has become meaningless with the discovery that the Universe appears to be an undivided Whole in a perpetual state of dynamic flux. Like Einstein's Theory of Relativity, Quantum Physics reveals the Universe to be a single gigantic field of energy in which matter is just a 'slowed down' form of energy. Further, Quantum Physics has discovered that matter/energy does not exist with any certainty in definite places, but rather shows 'tendencies' to exist. (i.e. the 'Uncertainty Principle' ) Even more intriguing is the notion that the existence of an observer is fundamental to the existence of the Universe - a concept known as 'The Observer Effect' - implying that the Universe is a product of consciousness. (i.e. the Mind of God)

80. Possibilities Amplified - Author, Speaker, Consultant Kim Marcille Romaner - Suc
Offers motivational keynotes, programs and seminars to corporations and associations, applying quantum physics to everyday applications.
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Join our Possibility Tips newsletter to discover how to turn your dreamed of possibilities into reality, and receive free access to a teleseminar on the 5 Secrets from Science for Creating the Life of Your Dreams First Name: Email: See the Newsletter Archive for past issues. From subscribers: Sue Shammah Bruce Evelyn Follow Kim's profiles on: Reserve a date for your group to hear author, speaker and consultant Kim Marcille Romaner AC_FL_RunContent( 'codebase',',0,19,0','width','709','height','199','src','images/km_home_header_v03','quality','high','pluginspage','','movie','images/km_home_header_v03' ); //end AC code You do not have the flash plug-in installed. If you would like to view the flash portions of this site you will need to download the flash plug-in The universe already has a technique for amplifying possibility into reality, and that technique is embedded in each of us. You can learn to master it and use it to access and amplify possibilities that are invisible to you now. Learn how to tap into the Possibility Amplifier within you to make your dreams come true.

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